Monday’s Top Three! Including A Rare Brazilian Beatles ‘First Timer’, A Slice Of Dub Disco And A Hungarian Queen 7″!

The-Beatles-Revolver---1st---576470THE BEATLES Revolver

Very rare 1966 first Brazilian pressing 14-track MONO LP on the white 'Odeon Top' label, without the additional statement below the Odeon logo (which emerged sometime in 1967) indicating first issue (second issues can be found on the red & white 'star' label), housed in a unique poly-lined wraparound picture sleeve. The poly bag has kept the paper inserts in superb condition with minimal signs of wear over time. The vinyl has been professionally cleaned and, given the condition we find most South American vinyl in, it is nothing short of a minor miracle that this disc also successfully plays through without fault & shows just a few light surface scuffs, even after forty five years in South America. What's more, this is the first copy we've ever stocked!

 

Disco-Dub-Band-For-The-Love-Of-M-576424DISCO DUB BAND For The Love Of Money

1976 UK 4-prong centre 7" single on the Movers label, distributed by Island. This is a seminal slice of early dub disco (a style later pioneered by the likes of Arthur Russell and Larry Levan) produced and arranged by Davitt Sigerson (who later signed to Ze Records) with an unknown reggae group from NYC. The tune is lifted from the Gamble & Huff number made famous by the O'Jays, and was later featured on the wonderful Spaced Out: 10 Original Disco Funk Grooves compilation. The vinyl is in excellent- condition with just a few light surface marks with age. Killer!

 

Queen-Bicycle-Race-126023QUEEN Bicycle Race

Rare 1978 Hungarian Pepita 7" vinyl single, also includes Fat Bottomed Girls, in unique illustrated picture sleeve. A fantastic near mint copy of this rarity.

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